Medical Practices: Fatih Gurbuz, Beray
Selver Eklioglu, Nihal Hatipoglu, Cengiz Kara, Enver Simsek, Filiz Mine Cizmecioglu, Concept: Tulay Guran, Basak Tezel, Alev Ozon, Firdevs Bas, Feyza Darendeliler, Design: Tulay Guran, Basak Tezel, Alev Ozon, Firdevs Bas, Feyza Darendeliler, Data Collection or Processing: Tulay Guran, Basak Tezel, Alev Ozon, Firdevs Bas, Feyza Darendeliler, Analysis or Interpretation: Tulay Guran, Basak Tezel, Alev Ozon, Feyza Darendeliler, Literature Search: Tulay Guran, Basak Tezel, Alev Ozon, Firdevs Bas, Feyza Darendeliler, Writing: Tulay Guran.
, PRDP Regional Project Coordination Office - CAR I-REAP component head, said before the year ends they hope to turn over all the goods and processing equipment needed for the operation of the enterprise and the KCTC in time for the next harvest season.
The poem's complex typography, however, has not consistently respected Fondane's last surviving drafts of the poem, as Elisabeth Stambor and Patrice Beray
have demonstrated; while not yet perfect, the current Verdier edition of the poem, followed here, comes closest to preserving the final (unfinished) state of the poem.
Brendan would kick our backsides if he thought we were going to do any less than the best show it can beRay
The petitioners, represented by lawyer Froilan Montero, also claimed BCWD did not conduct consultation before entering into an agreement with TPHR, which is allegedly owned by Santian's nephew and Tubay town Vice Mayor Jimmy Beray
Aos geografos Vinicius Carmello e Nubia Beray
Armond pelas contribuicoes e leitura.
soyle, sullie, beray
, begrime; pollute, make sluttish, defile, or fill
As the editor points out, the collection includes two generations of writers: those born between 1936 and 1945 - Yves Martin, James Sacre, Leslie Kaplan, Serge Sautreau, Andre Velter, Franck Venaille - and the postwar generation (born 1945-56), represented by Patrice Delbourg, Olivier Kaeppelin, Dominique Labarriere, Reuzeau himself, Serge Safran, Mark Villard, and Patrice Beray
. Except for the fact that all but one of the thirteen poets included are men, and most live in Paris, they have no formal or thematic connection and are presented by the editor in alphabetical order.
(2.) An overview of Fondane's life, with fascinating letters and documents, can be found in Le voyageur n'a pas fini de voyager: Benjamin Fondane, edited by Patrice Beray
and Michel Carassou (Paris: Patrice Thierry, 1996).